Education: Report Card

¶With obvious feeling, the Pittsburgh Teachers Association issued a report on the state of student discipline, charged that there is much too much coddling of pupils and catering to parents. Among the association's specific grievances: 66 teachers said that they had been struck by pupils; 170 reported the theft of personal property; 92 complained that parents had threatened them; 268 said that pupils sent to the principal's office had flatly refused to go.

¶The Georgia state school board passed a formal resolution pledging to abide by the state appropriations act, which forbids any allotment to unsegregated schools or the payment of salaries...

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